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Hand turned and carved
Bowls and spoons
My interest in woodwork began with turning bowls and carving spoons and I still love to do both of those things.

Most of my turning is done on an electic lathe ( a Union Graduate) but I do enjoy turning on a pole lathe as well.

I enjoy making everything on the lathe, from utilitarian plates and bowls for daily use to large sculptural pieces.

I sometimes turn chestnut if I have anything of sufficient diameter but most of my turning wood comes from local tree surgeons .
I usually have a small selection of bowls and spoons in stock. Please get in touch if you have something in mind.
Please get in touch
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Sycamore and beech spoons
Sculptural forms in black walnut and mulberry.
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Sycamore and damson spoons.
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Ebonised sweet chestnut turned on the pole lathe.
Autumn Pot
Black walnut lidded pot.
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Birch locking lid box.
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Elm bowls.
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Elm plates
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Beech locking lid box.
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London plane locking lid boxes.
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